Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — The Saudi Administrative Judicial Council approved a plan to teach the judges of the Board of Grievances the English language. This is aimed at contributing to diversifying the sources of knowledge for the administrative judiciary cadres as well as to provide them with the tools to review various documents and reports. This is in addition to being a gateway to learning about international legal experiences, practices and research, and enhancing legal interaction with the international community.
Dr. Ali Al-Ahaideb, secretary general of the council, thanked the support that the administrative judiciary in the Kingdom receives from the wise leadership and its constant keenness to develop it. He said that the council focuses most of this support and care on developing the cadres of the Board of Judicial Grievances as it is the pillar of work and achievement in the administrative judiciary sector.
Dr. Al-Ahaideb also drew attention to the continuous development programs that the Board of Grievances holds for judges, and what has been completed in qualifying them to deal with technology and digital services. The Board of Grievances also began a new phase and an ambitious plan to keep pace with the Kingdom’s development in various fields.